All country gardens are $8 entry (cash only) or included as a part of a $40 weekend pass (may be purchased at the gate(cash only) or via TryBooking (
Please Note:- Candlebark (Open Gardens Victoria) is $10 entry and is not included in the $40 pass.
Elizabeth and Terry O’Halloran
The owners moved to this Killingworth property just over two and a half years ago and were lucky enough to inherit an established garden consisting of mainly natives - the usual banksias, acacias, grevillea and eucalypts.  They have continued to further develop the garden by defining some areas with borders, adding colour with perennials particularly for the spring months, whilst also trying to keep a new generation of eucalypts coming along.  Adding to the personality of the garden a collection of curios give character and quirkiness.  The main objective of the owners is to have a unique and colourful garden with a relaxing feel to enjoy and bring a smile.
Miranda and Rob Gill
173 Limestone Rd, LIMESTONE
Carrickalinga garden began its establishment in the Autumn of 2018. The garden area was predominately rock and clay and all areas were ripped, extensively laid with mushroom mulch and woodchips allowed to rot down for 2 years before any plantings were undertaken. Stone collected from the property was used to construct Gabion walls at the main entrance, around the cattle yards and to support some of the garden beds. The garden is a mixture of perennials, shrubs, hedging plants and natives and exhibits colour all year round providing a safe haven and food for birds as well as giving plentiful picking flowers. Larger stones from the property were used to form 4 vegetable beds, which supply an abundance of produce year-round. The spectacular views from the recently added pool area, towards the Murrindindi/Glenburn valley assist to frame the overall effect of the garden design.
Tamsin & Richard Jowett
925 Limestone Rd, LIMESTONE
Willawong is a spacious established homestead garden of approximately two acres nestled in the Limestone Valley with the Black Forest as a backdrop. Designed by Nathalie Jowett with Eugene McAleer, the British-style garden has a wide range of old fashioned and newer roses planted in borders with a range of deciduous trees, specialist oaks, perennials, sculptures, a rose arbour and a planted pondage area. This older established garden continues to be lovingly tended by multiple generations of the family. 
Daryl King
389 Murrindindi Rd, MURRINDINDI
We are sorry, but due to the effects of the persistent poor weather this garden has had to be withdrawn from the Open Gardens.
Marilyn & Rob Wood
175 Cummins Rd, MURRINDINDI
This small English-style country garden is approximately 1 acre.  The garden is circled by large pine trees surrounding the original farmhouse and there is a large Liquid Amber that towers over the house facing west. Initial plantings of roses and camellias were established over 30 years ago. The back garden was re-landscaped four years ago with an addition of the pool. The garden has an eclectic mix of plants that creates a stunning display all year round. 
6 CANDLEBARK – Open Gardens Victoria
Stephen Townsend and Vicki Bawden
179 Langs Rd, LIMESTONE.
Candlebark is a beautiful rural oasis that has emerged from a bare paddock over the past 37 years.  Named for the trees that line the driveway, Eucalyptus ribica, grown from seeds collected from an ancient specimen on the property.  Most of the plants are native with impressive banks of prostrate Acacia baileyana interspersed with a wide variety of drought tolerant plants. The garden area has expanded extensively with the addition of more ponds, wetland areas, the arboretum has grown considerably and numerous wire sculptures of birds and animals are a delightful addition.  Proceeds from this garden opening will go to the Steve Waugh Foundation for extremely rare diseases in children. Plants and refreshments will be available for purchase.